Reflect on Thanksgiving’s racist past with a justice-oriented, COVID-conscious celebration
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Reflect on Thanksgiving’s racist past with a justice-oriented, COVID-conscious celebration

As COVID-19 disproportionately impacts Indigenous people, The Editorial Board urges you to consider the historical context of the holiday Thanksgiving isn’t just tracing hand turkeys, watching “A Charlie…

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Gary May shocked and hurt by UC corruption scandal
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Gary May shocked and hurt by UC corruption scandal

May said he feels left out Late last month, it was reported that the UC system admitted 64 students due to their connections with staff or donors. The…

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Georgia really milking that election attention
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Georgia really milking that election attention

Drawn by: Rushi Tawade –– rntawade@ucdavis.edu (This cartoon is humor and/or satire, and its content is purely fictional. The story and names of “sources” are fictionalized.)

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Killer Mike opens bank, excited to see what redlining is like from the other side
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Killer Mike opens bank, excited to see what redlining is like from the other side

If white folks like doing it this much, it’s gotta be fun. “The best way to punish a wicked system within capitalism is to use capital––your dollar,” begins…

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Happy Thanksgiving from the Editorial Board
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Happy Thanksgiving from the Editorial Board

Aggie editors reflect on what they’re thankful for Anjini Venugopal, Editor-in-Chief This Thanksgiving, I am grateful to the people who have taught and supported me—and I am not…

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Armchair Psychologists Association fails to take off on-campus
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Armchair Psychologists Association fails to take off on-campus

When it comes to the mental health of others, don’t be an armchair psychologist Second-year Bonnie Devlin and third-year Ayden Herman have banded together to create the Armchair…

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Environmental voters were crucial to Biden’s victory
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Environmental voters were crucial to Biden’s victory

Historically, the environment has taken a back seat to many other issues in national politics, but 2020 has not been an ordinary year The election. It’s what everyone’s…

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UC should eliminate GRE as requirement for graduate school admission
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UC should eliminate GRE as requirement for graduate school admission

The GRE disadvantages applicants of lower socioeconomic status and is not an accurate predictor of many important aspects of graduate students’ later success Graduate programs that are still…

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2020’s constant cycle of stress has weakened our bodies
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2020’s constant cycle of stress has weakened our bodies

Social media and partisan politics have sent our immune systems spiraling As humans, we endure many stressful life events. Although it’s nothing close to the stress our ancestors…

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UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine discover Gunrock is ‘just a guy in a horse suit,’ lose $3 million in funding
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UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine discover Gunrock is ‘just a guy in a horse suit,’ lose $3 million in funding

So you’re telling me that’s NOT a real blue horse in a basketball jersey? The grad students at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine are an exceptionally…

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As Yolo County moves into Purple Tier, the Editorial Board urges students to be mindful of holiday plans
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As Yolo County moves into Purple Tier, the Editorial Board urges students to be mindful of holiday plans

While a vaccine could be available for everyone in 2021, it is necessary we maintain social distancing Yolo County has officially moved back into the most restrictive Purple…

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Ask Amy: Dear Amy, it’s me, Amy (you), and I’m stuck in a dead-end job. Help!
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Ask Amy: Dear Amy, it’s me, Amy (you), and I’m stuck in a dead-end job. Help!

Advice columnist Amy Dickinson faces her toughest challenge yet Dear Amy: As you probably know, I’ve been writing the nationally syndicated advice column “Ask Amy” for over a…

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Stand-up comedian tests material out against the toughest audience: a Zoom breakout room
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Stand-up comedian tests material out against the toughest audience: a Zoom breakout room

He just wanted to make someone laugh Laughter is truly the best medicine. That is why Arian Reeves became a stand-up comedian. Hearing the laughter of an audience…

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Last wolverine in California denied federal protection
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Last wolverine in California denied federal protection

As one of the rarest mammals in the U.S., the legal status of wolverines has long been contested by the government and environmentalists Just outside of Yosemite National…

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ASUCD endorsements: Consider the following
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ASUCD endorsements: Consider the following

The Editorial Board endorses five candidates for ASUCD Senate and one candidate for EAVP ASUCD Fall Elections began today on Monday, Nov. 16, with 15 Senate candidates running…

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